In spite of implementing restriction, Australia’s Victoria state recorded 627 new COVID-19 cases after which the Government decided to impose a stick lockdown for 6 weeks. As per the reports, the new restriction is banning visitors to homes in six local areas around Geelong and Colac regions which have come into effect today.
Furthermore, Authorities informed that measures are being considered by authorities, and some medical experts have warned Victorians must prepare for the dismaying prospect of the lockdown extension. Subsequently, the nation’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer Michael Kidd said the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) also met yesterday to talk about possible recommendations for additional measures. On the other side, South Australia has recorded a new coronavirus case a, paramedic who travelled to Melbourne to help with COVID-19 scrubbing operations in high-density housing.
While reviewing the state the Victorian Government has pointed to workplace transmission as a key driver behind the state’s growing case numbers in recent weeks.